If you’ve got deep pockets and nothing better to do with your cash this holiday season here are some ultra expensive holiday gifts for travelers. Luxe much? Yep, from private jets, to $17k backpacks, a fancy bed, and more we’ve assembled an interesting list of ultra expensive gifts for the holidays with travelers in mind.
Ultra Expensive Holiday Gifts for Travelers
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Ok, let’s get to the list of pricey gifts. Here we go…
Really Expensive Luggage
Fancy luggage is one way to go if you are looking to toss off some extra money you have lying around. No need to go with a more reliable option like something from TravelPro…no let’s big and expensive like a $17k Luis Vuitton Backpack.
Or if that’s not in your budget, how about this fancy leather set which ain’t exactly cheap, by ANY means, but is not $17k…
Travel to a Romantic Place…first class of course (or at least business class)
Traveling first class is always a luxurious way to go. Maybe a round trip fare from LAX to Paris for you and your special someone this Christmas and celebrate the Holidays in the world’s most romantic city.
For a mere $16k PER ticket you can get a BUSINESS CLASS fare on United…no First Class Seats even available.
The Westin Heavenly Bed is one of the most comfortable beds sold and you can own it yourself by dropping some big coin on one via Amazon. This comfy bed will set your pocket book back a bit but on the bright side you will sleep like a baby.
Buy a Private Jet
Up your baller status a few orders of magnitude by buying a private jet. AVBuyer has a cute little Beachcraft for a cool $1.1m. Isn’t it a cute little fella?
Rent a Private Jet (or just purchase a piece of one)
If you are not Silicon-valley rich just yet maybe renting a private jet is the more economical method to go. Turns out you can do just that. You can also purchase a slice of the jet.
The company NetJets will allow folks to cooperatively purchase a private jet and/or rent one. There you go…an economical way to spend your money on frivolous things.
Get an annual subscription to the private airport terminal at LAX and hang with Celebs
The Private Suite is just that. It’s a private club replete with private room to make your pre-flight experience a little less paparazzi.
For a mere annual fee of $4500 PLUS a per flight one-way fee of $3000 for an international flight you can have all the peace and quiet you want. Talk about a suite gift…haha.
Buy a Yacht maybe
Who needs to go on a cruise when you can just buy yacht.
Here’s one from Fraser Yachts for a relatively affordable $174m. I will be using my Amex card for that to hit the min threshold, of course.
Instead of doing all that…maybe give that money to a charity?
Just saying. Maybe just maybe you donate that money to your favorite charity and book a coach flight, middle seat, to Kansas City and enjoy some great BBQ this Christmas instead of the Yacht.
Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas and Die Hard is my Favorite Christmas Movie
Merry Christmas to all of you! I hope this list of expensive holiday gifts for travelers jump starts your travel drive and pries that credit card out of your wallet. In fact, go book your next trip right now!
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